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The latest round of pre-MWC rumors has Japanese manufacturer Fujitsu launching its own quad-core phone for Europe. According to UnwiredView, Fujitsu's mystery device will sport an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, and will be paired with a 4.6-inch screen and an impressive 13.1MP camera. Other notables supposedly include Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a fingerprint sensor and water and dust resistance.

According to today's reports, samples of the device will be on show at Mobile World Congress next week. If it's there, we'll bring you full coverage.

Source: UnwiredView

 

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Fujitsu reportedly unveiling quad-core, waterproof phone with 13.1MP camera at MWC

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Does someone need reminding that "water...resistance" does not equal waterproof?? There is a significant difference... Just sayin'.

Otherwise, sounds like a nice phone - BING?

I really do hope that we get more of these devices which only stay in east Asian countries and never see the light of day in the west. Hope to see Sharp as well!

Water resistant does not mean waterproof, true. But they have shown demonstrations in past completely submerging phones in water tank.
Good enough for me.

So, this is for taking photos you intend to appear on billboards then? I fail to understand the point of a 13MP camera on a phone.

Ohh, a fingerprint sensor, that's new. If it's one of the 'slide your finger across' variety I can see it being somewhere on the EDGE of the phone - would be cool if true. Next week will sure be busy with announcements! ;)